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Old 12-10-2014, 11:47 PM   #1
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thinking about buying a SA 22 and ran across this Chippa SAA 22-10 today and was wondering if any one here has had any one has had any dealings with one and how they liked them price is reasonable , I know it is not a Ruger but it is 1/2 the price ,it is 22lr and 22maag , it feels real good and is modeled after the Colt


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Old 12-12-2014, 12:43 AM   #2
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well could not find much online about them but what I did find they seem to be a pretty good gun so I stopped on my way home and brought it home with me tonight ,going to the range this weekend and will try it out and post my thoughts on the gun


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well fine then
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The frame of that pistol is made from a product called ZAMAK . A zinc and aluminum mix known is a pot metal. I put this pistol in the same "pot " as the heritage revolver . Decent looking but not quality. Not a firearm that you can plane on giving to children or grand kids one day.
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The frame of that pistol is made from a product called ZAMAK . A zinc and aluminum mix known is a pot metal. I put this pistol in the same "pot " as the heritage revolver . Decent looking but not quality. Not a firearm that you can plane on giving to children or grand kids one day.
yes I know it is not a top of the line gun but did not cost top of the line price eathier , just looking for a fun plinker , kids and grandkids can get there own toys , I am taking mine with me LOL
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Guess you filled your needs then.
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Looking at maybe getting one of these as well really intrested in your range report and impressions.
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Looking at maybe getting one of these as well really intrested in your range report and impressions.
well shot about 60 rounds through it and is a nice gun , feels good shoot good and is accurate [ unless you try fanning it like the Duke ] nice gun . no problems and just what I was looking for , a cheap plinker , I would recommend it
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I have the Cimarron Plinkerton, it is made of the same stuff but still a fun little plinker.


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